Dana Leigh Marks

National Association of Immigration Judges

Guest

Immigration judge in San Francisco and president of the National Association of Immigration Judges

Dana Leigh Marks on KCRW

Federal immigration courts around the country are backlogged with nearly half a million cases. That’s the biggest number judges have ever seen.

Immigration Courts Face Unprecedented Backlog

Federal immigration courts around the country are backlogged with nearly half a million cases. That’s the biggest number judges have ever seen.

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